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Match Preview: Glasgow Warriors vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2021-10-21

Leinster play their final match before a five week break away to old foes Glasgow.

Under the new competition structures there will be no games played during the Autumn internationals although there are games scheduled for the rest weekends during the Six Nations. It's given Leinster head coach Leo Cullen something of a headache.
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Scarlets

by Jim O'Connor, 2021-10-15

Well it was great to be back at the RDS!

Admittedly it was a low key return in terms of numbers even with the reduced capacity still due to Covid. Just over 10,000 fans were there to watch a fairly standard Leinster win over Zebre. The 1pm kick-off time and the opposition probably depressed the crowd a little bit but hopefully tomorrow's evening kick off time will see a fuller house.


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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Zebre Parma

by Jim O'Connor, 2021-10-08

As predicted, last week Leinster comfortably beat the Dragons in a routine win!

Now it's time to focus on Leinster's return to the RD...

Sorry, what was that?

It wasn't comfortable at all?
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Match Preview: Dragons vs Leinster Rugby

by Jim O'Connor, 2021-10-01

It was a familiar enough start to a season from Leinster.

A fast start with a couple of smartly taken tries - followed by a long fallow period where rust intervened - followed by a decent enough finish to get the job done for a comfortable bonus point win. If it was Welsh, Scottish or Italian opponents, the game would already be fading from our memory.
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Match Preview: Leinster Rugby vs Dragons

by Jim O'Connor, 2021-06-10

And so the strangest season we'll ever live through (hopefully) finally comes to an end in the second week of June.

It ends on something of a whimper with a dead rubber against the Dragons. It will be the first time Leinster end the season with a nothing game since Matt O'Connor's last game in charge away to Edinburgh. By dint of the Osprey's conceding their match away to Benetton, all the final round of fixtures are dead rubbers. Benetton will now host the final against the winners of the Bulls and the Sharks.
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